Researchers found that healthy adults with late bedtimes and chronic sleep restriction are more susceptible to weight gain due to the increased consumption of calories during late-night hours.
Researchers found that people who consumed red meat frequently were at a higher risk of developing type two diabetes.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide found that babies with the most weight gain during their first month of life had higher IQ scores by the age of six.
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Researchers stated that too much weight gain during infancy could result in an increased risk of obesity and heart disease later in life.
We've all heard of the health benefits of drinking coffee. The caffeinated beverage wakes us up in the morning, reduces our cancer risk, and lengthens our lives. So, wouldn't someone you drinks more coffee reap more health benefits? Wrong.
Researchers found a link between childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and adult obesity.
Study found that people who gained weight also experienced changes in their personality traits.
Happy married newlyweds gain more weight in the early years of marriage than those with less blissful first years, according to a new small study.
Chewing gum can actually cause you to gain more weight, according to new research.
Experts have long advised that children drink low fat or skimmed milk to reduce their chances obesity. However, new research reveals that switching to skimmed milk or low-fat milk does not actually prevent toddlers from gaining excess weight, and could, in fact, even increase their chances of becoming overweight or obese.
Researchers find that insufficient sleep can lead to weight gain because people tend to consume more calories.
In a recent study, scientists found that patients who underwent knee replacement surgery had a higher risk of gaining weight compared to others who did not.
Halloween is just round the corner, and the time has come to fill that stomach up with tempting candies and let guilt take over once again, for adults and for children alike. Well, do you have to necessarily let take guilt take over once again? Won't it be better to simply steer clear of sweet temptations or choose mini treats over fun-size? At least that's what the experts suggest. For all those people who watch their calorie intake and are conscious about putting on weight, experts advise a few simple tips to resist the candy temptation. First of all, they say, it might help to wait till the last moment before buying the Halloween candies in order to cut extra calories, because if there are no candies in the house, you can't be tempted to eat them, Health Day reports.